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ATC Crash Test Safety

Safety Check Mark

Our biggest concern at ATC is for the safety of our drivers. We are constantly evaluating how we can make things safer. Our latest change was to add a backup battery and move the location of the hydraulic pump to help ensure that the occupants are able to exit in case of an engine fire. We put our product through crash tests, as you can witness in the video below, to provide us reports on how we can make our vehicles safer. The kinda report we love to see however is when a customer reports back that he was able to leave the scene of an accident uninjured. We received the following photo and letter from one of our ATC Ambassadors, Eric S. from Baton Rouge.

ATC vehicle wreck safety

I would like to thank ATC for their wonderful conversion and attention to safety; it saved my life last week. I was hit head-on by a F-150 at 50 mph who crossed into my lane (reaching for cell phone) then immediately rear-ended by another F-150 at 40 mph. I was literally able to open my door and exit my truck on my own with relatively minor injuries. In the words of one of the firemen on scene; “this was the easiest extraction in a head-on accident we’ve ever seen.”

Thank you ATC, I’m ordering another truck today!

Eric S.

ATC CRASH TESTING

All-Terrain Conversions crash tested representative vehicles to confirm the crashworthiness and safety of our wheelchair accessible conversions. Vehicles covered include the GMC and Chevy line of pickup trucks with model years 2013 and up. The vehicles tested are representative of all crew cab, 2WD or 4WD trucks. To ensure user safety, vehicles were tested at the maximum GM GVWR of 7000 pounds. Also tested and approved are the Chevy/Buick/and Cadillac mid-sized SUV’s.

Crash Test Results

Chevrolet Silverado Tests

Test Procedure
Flat Frontal Barrier:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 208, “Occupant Crash Protection,”in the 56.33 kph (target speed) impact test mode and FMVSS 301, “Fuel System Integrity”.
Full Report
Rear Offset:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 301, “Fuel System Integrity,” in the 81.27 kph (target speed) moving barrier rear impact test mode.
Full Report
Side Impact:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 301 Type, “Fuel System Integrity”in the 53.91 kph (target speed) impact test mode.
Full Report

Chevrolet Traverse Tests

Test Procedure
Flat Frontal Barrier:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a Chevrolet Traverse, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 208, “Occupant Crash Protection,”in the 56.33 kph (target speed) impact test mode and FMVSS 301, “Fuel System Integrity”.
Full Report
Rear Offset:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a 2018 Chevrolet Traverse, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 301, “Fuel System Integrity,” in the 81.27 kph (target speed) moving barrier rear impact test mode.
Full Report
Side Impact:
The purpose of this test was to determine the response of the subject vehicle, a 2018 Chevrolet Traverse, relative to the performance requirements of FMVSS 301 Type, “Fuel System Integrity” in the 53.91 kph (target speed) impact test mode.
Full Report